An assessment of all Pulaski County roads started in 2016 and will continue with Phase 2 of the project in July.
Road & Bridge Director Shane Ramsey said the data lets crews know which roads need the most repair.
“Pulaski County already has the best roads in the state. With this investment of 15 million dollars in a data-driven plan, we become the best roads in the state by a mile,” Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde said.
The program’s goal is to bring county roads to a higher standard and to prolong the life of existing roads through preventive maintenance.